Tag Archives: Linked Data

Datathon Case Overview: Revealing Hidden Links Through Open Data

For the first Datathon in Central and Eastern Europe, the Data Science Society team and the partner companies provided various business cases in the field of data science, offering challenges to the participants who set out to solve them in less than 48 hours. At the end of the event, there were 16 teams presenting their results after a weekend of work.

Exploring Linked Open Data with FactForge

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Our way out of data confusion and into data abundance is the portion of the growingly interconnected data on the web. With FactForge as a convenient entry point to the web of interconnected data, we can turn the exciting opportunities that data flows on the web can pour into our business into real experience.

What is GraphDB and how can it help you run a smart data-driven business?

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Learn about GraphDB through the solutions it offers in a simple and easy to understand way. In this presentation we have unpacked GraphDB for you, using as little tech talk as possible. Read on and see what Ontotext’s semantic graph database has to do with pasta making.

Linked Data for Libraries: Our New Librarians

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In a web increasingly about data and relationships, semantic technologies are key to bringing audiences back to libraries and making library archives and collections visible and accessible. For in today’s information age, libraries are not only to store and organize content but to also to provide knowledge discovery experiences.

Linked Data in Regtech: Boosting Compliance and Performance

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Regulatory technology, coupled with semantic technology, opens up opportunities for enterprises and financial institutions to reduce exposure to risk and cut expenses for lengthy and costly compliance-and-reporting processes.

Open Data Innovation? Open Your Data And See It Happen.

Open data fosters a culture of creativity and innovation

As more and more companies and startups are creating business and social value out of open data, the open data trend-setting governments and local authorities are not sitting idle and are opening up data sets and actively encouraging citizens, developers, and firms to innovate with open data.

Linked Data Innovation – A Key To Foster Business Growth

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  ‘Data is the new oil’, once said Neelie Kroes,  former Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda, aptly describing how the growing amounts of data are changing businesses and o

Linked Open Data for Cultural Heritage and Digital Humanities

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The Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector deals with complex and varied data. Integrating that data, especially across institutions, has always been a challenge. On the other hand, the value of linked data is especially high in this sector, since culture by its very nature is cross-border and interlinked.

The Web as a CMS: How BBC joined Linked Open Data

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Editorial wants to create faultless content and it is hard for them to imagine that quality coming from anyone else but their team. The dilemma these days is how do you maintain that high-quality in an era of shrinking editorial budgets and ever increasing amounts of data. Early on the BBC decided not to mint their own IDs but to utilise existing URIs for musical artists from a freely available database MusicBrainz. BBC went further and made the strategic decision to also use its resources to help improve the MusicBrainz database.

Linked Data Solutions in Healthcare

Linked Data Solutions for Healthcare breaks down the barriers of information silos and gives an all-round comprehensive view of patients’ and research data. They help organizations enrich unstructured patient data with all the terminology in order to identify entities such as generic and branded drugs, recommended and prescribed dosage, or adverse event reactions. Linked data also makes text mining easier as it eliminates ambiguity with the help of those vocabularies, referred to as ontologies in the semantic technology industry.

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